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Dr. Cliff Lowery

Vice President-Secretary

 

From 1972-1988, Dr. Lowery served as Dean of Student Activities, Dean of Students and Director of Cultural and Co-curricular Programs for the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He coordinated and managed the University Concert/Lecture Series, served as the Director of Elliott University Center, and as liaison to Campus Ministries. He also served on numerous committees, including Academic Integrity, Equal Employment, and the Committee to

Re-establish Honor Policy.

Prior to 1973 Dr. Lowery served as Dean of the Eastern Music Festival; Director of Special Programs at NC State University/Raleigh, NC, and Director of Activities Student and Associate Dean of Students at Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C.

In 1978, he completed his doctoral dissertation in high education administration. Dr. Lowery left UNCG in 1989 to form his own publishing business. After eight years he returned to the university community as Director of Minority Student Affairs at NC A&T State University. He serves on the Lyceum Committee, chairs the Residency Appeals Board and is co-chair of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Committee.

Throughout his distinguished career, Dr. Lowery has garnered many honors including being named to Who’s Who Among Outstanding Young Men in America. His thirty years of voluntary leadership include work with the North Carolina Arts Council, the Greensboro Arts Council, and the Southern Arts Federation. He has served as President of the Green Hill Art Gallery and President of the Community Theater of Greensboro.


Dr. Lowery has completed the Leadership Development Program at the Center for Creative Leadership and has attended the Institute in Arts Administration at Harvard University. Other volunteer efforts have included his work as Deacon at First Baptist Church on 3 occasions, serving as secretary and chairman as well. He was a Sunday school teacher for college students for over 12 years and continues to serve on the Pastor Relations Committee.

He enjoys travel and the arts as well as his family, which includes wife Carolyn, 3 children and 2 grandchildren.